The Securitization of HIV/AIDS

Conclusion and Recommendations

The report concludes its analysis of the visual economy of HIV/AIDS by returning to the research questions and summarizing the findings in relation to those questions. It then makes three recommendations on how photographic practice can better address the visualization of HIV/AIDS.

For an extended discussion of these issues, read Section 6 of the report.

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Nakyeyune Sanyu (girl, 7), one of five children orphaned by the death of their mother from AIDS, cries as her mom is buried, Kalungi Village, Rakai, Uganda (Stephen Shames/Polaris Images/eyevine), 5 March 2000.